HS2 'could boost East Midlands' economy'
The HS2 project is due to be built through the East Midlands stopping at Toton near Nottingham.
It is tipped to pump millions of pounds into the local economy - but at an estimated cost of £40bn.
Mike O'Sullivan examines HS1 and its impact on the economy in Ashford in Kent - to see what HS2 might bring to the East Midlands.
- 1 July 2013
- BBC News